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Data and code for Saragosa-Harris, N.M., Cohen, A.O., Reneau, T.R., Villano, W.J., Heller, A.S., & Hartley, C.A. (under review). Real-world exploration increases across adolescence and relates to affect, risk-taking, and social connectivity. For questions about the data or scripts, email **Data**. All data required to reproduce the reported results are included in the GitHub repository, which is linked to this OSF page. All_Data_Long_Form.csv: This is the longitudinal, within-participant data that includes daily roaming entropy and affect values. All_Data_Short_Form.csv: This is the between-participant data that includes averages and single observations (e.g., age, group, etc.) for participants. Note that, due to the inherently identifiable nature of raw GPS data (i.e., longitude and latitude values), we cannot share those data, but have provided the script used to calculate roaming entropy from those data (filter_entropy_calculator.R) in the GitHub repository that is linked to this OSF page. **Analyses**. All analyses required to reproduce the reported results are in the script GPS_Study_Analyses.Rmd, which is in the GitHub repository that is linked to this OSF page.
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